Event Raises More Than $300,000 for Patient Programs and Services
BRONX, NY, August 12, 2019 – On August 5th, more than 250 people attended Calvary Hospital’s 31st Annual Golf & Tennis Classic at Brae Burn Country Club and Century Country Club in Westchester County. The event raised more than $300,000 for Calvary programs and services for patients and their families. In addition to golfing, tennis and dinner, the event included a live auction, silent auction and raffle prizes featuring local businesses.
The event co-chairs were Dennis M. Berberich, Maryann Farrell and Joe Nunziata. Major sponsors included: Linda and Dennis Berberich, ArchCare, the Deglomini family, GNYHA Ventures Inc., Gallagher, LaSorsa Auto Group, Manhattan Beer, The Mines Press, Montefiore Health System, New Rochelle Chevrolet, Pelham Civic Association, Pepsi, The Robert Goelet Foundation Simone Healthcare Development, the Solimine family, and York.
This year’s event is dedicated to the memory of Dennis Berberich Sr. A long-time member of the Calvary Hospital Board and the Chairman of the Calvary Fund Board, Dennis’ family created the Dennis Berberich Scholarship Fund, which allows one Calvary Care Technician (CCT) to further their career in nursing. The 2019 honoree is Apriena Irving. She started her career in 2015 with Calvary at our Brooklyn Campus. Her goal is to use the scholarship to attend nursing school.
Pictured: Dennis Berberich (left) and Timothy Barr (right) are pictured with Apriena Iring, the
winner of the 2019 Dennis Berberich Scholarship for Calvary Care Technicians.
Pictured: Family members of Bill Tully Sr., a long time and faithful supporter of Calvary’s Golf
& Tennis Classic. Bill passed away in 2016 but his family still continues to support this event.
Pictured (left to right): Dan Donovan, Vice President/National Sales Manager for WABC-TV
and Calvary Fund board member; Timothy Barr, Executive Vice President of Calvary Fund;
and Reginald Goins, Reginald Goins, President & COO, Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company of New
York/President & COO, Canada Dry Delaware Valley Bottling Company.
Pictured: Joe Deglomini Sr. and his son, Joe Deglomini Jr. The latter serves on the Calvary
Some of the more than 40 enthusiastic tennis players who attended Calvary’s event this year.